Middle-aged and elderly people have the symptoms of frozen shoulder to hurry to see
One of the characteristics of the shoulder-like crease: fear of cold shoulders and cold, many slender cotton pad bags wrapped in the front, even in the summer, not the hair.
The second part of the arthritis of the shoulder: tenderness Most patients can reach obvious tender points around the shoulder joints, and the tender points are mostly in the long head sulcus of the biceps.
More in Xiaodui, under the shoulders, big nodules, small nodules, nodular sulcus, tenderness at the deltoid muscles, undergrowth, and above the sulcus, there is obvious tenderness.
And shoulder activity activities, mostly manifested as abduction, lifting, external rotation, internal rotation and other activities when the shoulder function improved, the late symptoms of frozen shoulder often have some patients with shoulder muscle atrophy.
The third part of the arthritis of the shoulder: shoulder pain at the beginning of the shoulder with paroxysmal pain, mostly chronic attacks, after the pain gradually increased or pain, or knife-like pain, and persistent, climate change or fatigueAfter that, the pain is often aggravated, and the pain can spread to the neck and upper limbs.
When the shoulder is accidentally bumped or pulled, it can often cause tearing pain, shoulder pain, light night and heavy weight. It is a major feature of the disease. Most patients often complain that they wake up in the middle of the night and cannot become sputum, especially to the affected side.Lying on the side.
Four lesions around the shoulder: shoulder joint activity combined with shoulder movement in all directions, abduction, lifting, internal and external rotation is more obvious, transformation of disease progression, due to long-term waste to cause adhesion of joint capsule and soft tissue around the shoulderThe muscle strength gradually decreases, and the distal slender ligament is fixed to the transformed internal rotation position, which reduces the mean value of active and passive activities in all directions of the shoulder joint.